Whoa! Look Who Just Stepped Up In Defense Of Roy Moore

Judge Roy Moore has just received some excellent support from those that have been around him in the past. Alabamians from all walks of life have stepped up to vouch for the good character of Judge Moore. There has even been a “Women for Moore” rally at the Alabama State Capital. The praises go way back in the Judge’s life. Read all the details here.

As Written By Penny Starr for Breitbart: 

A dozen women who know Alabama Senate candidate Judge Roy Moore personally have come forward to express their support and speak out about his good character.

Over the past week, several women have claimed that Moore made sexual advances when they were teenagers. Another woman said she was in her twenties when Moore groped her in his office.

Moore has denied the allegations and has vowed to stay in the race against Democrat Doug Jones in a special election next month to fill the Senate seat Attorney General Jeff Sessions vacated.

Several media outlets reported on the statements, which the Roy Moore campaign distributed.

All of the women live in Alabama and some in the same county where Moore and his wife, Kayla, live.

The women range from Moore’s sister-in-law to a former receptionist, from women he once dated to women who have known him since childhood.

A “Women for Moore” rally took place Friday outside the Alabama State Capitol.

The statements follow below:

  • “I have known Roy for over 30 years,” said Kandi Kisor Smith, sister of Moore’s wife. “I met him in 1984 when he met my sister in church and began dating her. He has always showed honor and dignity. I truly can’t even begin to grasp that people would question his character. He has lived by what he preached since the day……..


Character Witnesses: Former Girlfriends, Employees, and Childhood Friends Step Up to Defend Roy Moore

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